Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Rolling Stones - Beggars Breakfast Outtakes (1968-1972)

Gimmie Shelter
Brwon Sugar
Stop Breaking Down
Shake Your Hips
Loving Cup (vers. 1)
Loving Cup (vers. 2)
Shine A Light
I Ain't Lying
Sweet Virginia
I Don't Care
Sympathy For The Devil
Tell Me
Rice Crispies Jingle
You Can't Judge A Book By The Cover

Info. from the Interwebs...

"Gimmie Shelter" is an early mix with Keith Richards on vocals; "Brown Sugar" is an early mix with a different Mick Taylor lead guitar; "Stop Breaking Down" is an early mix with a different vocal by Mick Jagger; "Shake Your Hips" is taken from a rehearsal in Montreaux, March 1972; "Loving Cup (vers. 1)" is an early version recorded at the same session as "Honky Tonk Women, June 1969, which was the first session with Mick Taylor; "Loving Cup (vers. 2)" was recorded two years later than version 1, and is much longer in duration; "Shine A Light" is an early mix with different vocals; "I Ain't Lying" and "I Don't Care" are improvised songs recorded in 1970, but were never fully developed and never released; "Sway" is an early version taken from acetate; "Sweet Virginia" is an early version with no backing vocals and more keyboards; "Sympathy For The Devil" is a series of excerpts from the recording sessions that appeared in the Jean Luc Goddard film "Sympathy For The Devil"; "Tell Me" is an alternate version that was never released; "Rics Crispies Jingle" is an actual radio jingle for Rice Crispies recorded by the Stones; "You Can't Judge A Book By The Cover" is an excerpt from the first ever Rolling Stones studio session in October 1962, taken from a battered 4-song acetate owned by Chris Jagger."


Daddy Rich said...

Bungo Jerry said...

Thanks ever so much, Daddy: hope ye don't mind my fixing the link text.

Daddy Rich said...

I must have been still asleep when I posted that, I meant to leave the link. Many thanks for the assist.

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greetings: karo

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